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Thursday, July 21, 2016

The North American Windowsill Hound in its natural habitat

This magnificent creature is often found peering out at its surroundings in the juncture of the Couch and Windowsill ecological zones. Despite competition (sometimes fierce) from the more common Solar-Powered Windowsill Cat, the Windowsill Hound persists and, judging by its well-fed appearance, thrives. It can be identified visually, though auditory identification is also possible. While its bark is not heard often, the cries of the local apes to "Get offa there!" are confirmation of its presence.

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